Can you fit a bike in the trunk of an mk2 Supra? (Bicycle)

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    Can you fit a bike in the trunk of an mk2 Supra? (Bicycle)

    Can you fit a bike in the trunk of an mk2 Supra? Removing the front wheel of the bike, and pushing the rear seats down? I am interested in getting an mk2, and that is an important question. Other cars of interest, such as an IS300, cannot fit a bike in the trunk. Yet the mk2 is longer with a more spacious interior, so I think it is possible. I ride 19" and 20" mountain bikes, with 26" wheels, for reference. Let me know when you can.
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    Yeah shouldn't be a problem with the front wheel pulled. I've done it on my road bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverMk2 View Post
    Yeah shouldn't be a problem with the front wheel pulled. I've done it on my road bike.
    Thanks for the info much appreciated.

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    With front wheels off I have put two road bikes in the back of mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 82_in_FL View Post
    With front wheels off I have put two road bikes in the back of mine.
    Awesome thanks for the help.

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    I never put my dirty ass mountain bikes in there, but i fit road bikes in the back no problemo and i'm 6'2" so they aint little ones :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by gamble View Post
    I never put my dirty ass mountain bikes in there, but i fit road bikes in the back no problemo and i'm 6'2" so they aint little ones :P
    Hehe, well I ride bikes in Socal conditions, so they are usually, just a bit "dusty". Although mud and muck are possible in certain months. Could always put a cheap, King-size sheet back there, from Walmart. Wrap the bike up. Thanks for the info.

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    agree with the front wheel pulled & and with 2 bikes I put cardboard between the bikes to prevent damage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rexgo View Post
    agree with the front wheel pulled & and with 2 bikes I put cardboard between the bikes to prevent damage.
    Nice, with the cardboard box you can fit two, and they don't clang into each other. Good stuff thanks man.

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    Wile, you can either put 1 or both seats down if needed...to fit a bike...I would buy a dog protector blanket for the hatch carpeting...

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